Anyone who is taking on preparedness knows that one of the biggest hurdles towards preparedness is the family. It sounds insane but most people have a hard time explaining the need to spend money, spend time and prepare for disasters. I know it sound counterintuitive to the survival of those in the family but many people are embarrassed. This article gives you three great headings to help you along your way.
The first tip is to ensure communication. Of course finding the right avenue to communicate your concerns is very important. There is a brief section about preparing the home along with the family therein. Where this article shines is the emphasis on practice. It’s so crucial that you communicate and practice the plans you have made. The article is rounded out with a word on go bags. All in all, this is a great article of tips for basic family preparedness and awareness.